Production Manager, Manufacturing Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Production Manager, Manufacturing?

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Lee's Summit:
"Growing community."
Pros: Little or no traffic
Cons: Nothing

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Orlando:
"On Par for the State."
Pros: It's nice actually being in the city itself; plenty to do and activities to participate in. Wages are generally above average depending on your employer.
Cons: Traffic along East Colonial is hellish between 7am-9am and 4pm-6pm. Plan to double your wait in traffic.

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Coeur d'Alene:
"Cost of living."
Pros: People, cost of living, commute, traffic.
Cons: Long winters.

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Pomona:
"Great Small Business to Work For."
Pros: I enjoy working for a small business where I feel a part of the team and that my voice matters. While our work is very serious, I like that the work environment remains casual. Benefits are good for myself and my family.
Cons: Production often needs to be rescheduled or adjusted due to late/missing/incorrect parts.

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Chicago:
"Strategic Plan."
Ask what the current mission statement is and how the company intends on reaching its goals.

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Mountain Home:
"Obtaining Success."
Focus on results through your team. They will be successful as you help them. In turn you will be successful as they are successful.

Production Manager, Manufacturing in Durban:
"Cost of living, short distance to travel."
Pros: Near home, family. No too much traffic. Short distance to all amenities.
Cons: Gets very crowded at times.